How to charge your iPhone 6 battery and battery charger
Posted On July 7, 2021
I’m always looking for ways to improve the iPhone 6.
I’ve tried all kinds of ways to charge it, from the cheap $30 iPhone 6 charger to a cheaper $35 Apple charger to the $90 Apple Lightning to the Apple Lightning II to the fancy $150 Apple Lightning 3.
But none of them work as well as charging the battery and charging the batteries in a single device.
In fact, the two most popular chargers I’ve seen charge batteries in pairs.
Here’s how to charge a pair of iPhone 6 batteries in the same way.
Step 1: Charge the batteries simultaneously, using a single charger I use a dual-core iMac Pro, a dual Intel Core i5-2400T, and a pair, the Apple Thunderbolt Dock 2 and Apple Thunderbolt 3.
I like the dock for two reasons: it’s compact and easy to carry around, and the charger is an elegant and powerful solution.
Step 2: Connect the dock to the iPhone.
First, make sure the charger has power to charge the batteries.
Plug the charger into a wall outlet, then plug the iPad into the charger and power the iPad up.
It should take about 30 seconds to charge.
(If it’s too slow, you may need to charge some other battery-powered devices, like the iPhone.)
Step 3: Remove the battery from the dock.
Next, connect the iPad to the charger, then pull the charger from the iPad’s connector port.
The iPad should now be fully charged.
It takes a few minutes for the charger to fully charge, but it should be ready to go by the time you’re done.
Step 4: Plug the battery back into the iPad.
Now you’re ready to use the iPad in a normal way.
To do this, first connect the charger’s power to the iPad via USB-C.
Then, connect a USB-A to the dock’s USB-B port.
Finally, plug the charger back into a USB 2.0 port on the iPad and power it up.
The battery should be fully recharged by this point.